I received my Tern Eclipse S11i with a set of Kanga rack and a Tern luggage truss.
Initially, I told the K2 Asia representative to take it back.
But he said: "Eric insisted that you try it out.."
Having heard that, I bowed into pressure.
So, all good things said and done, I mounted the Tern luggage truss and later, fitted the Kanga.
This was really easy as the instructions were very clear.
There's even a VR code that you can scan on your Android phone or iphone to see the instruction videos. Now, how much cooler can that be?
|The Kanga blends-in very well with the 24" ride|
Overall built-quality of the Kanga rack is top-notched!
There is a harness that enables you to strap-on your satchel and helmet while you ride.
The buckles are adjustable to allow a snug-fit.
Even the luggage truss is something that I truly marvel at.
Its high-quality and actually made by Klick-fix, a German-based company.
So, don't be shocked at the RM190 retail price for the Kanga rack and another RM140 for the luggage truss.
In order to fit a Kanga onto your Tern, you'll need the luggage truss. So, that's roughly about RM330 investment for further enhancing your bike.
|My trusty Pango folding helmet on the Kanga rack|
Well, having seen the practical use of the rack, I'd say that those who cycle to work would really get a bang out of their buck for the rack.
Perhaps the best time to invest in one is during Rodalink's year-end or mid-year sale. There might be a 'suicide' pricing for the rack and luggage truss.
As for me, well, the Kanga goes back with the Eclipse S11i to K2 Asia once my evaluation period is up...